Doug Coby Dominates Cement Palace In Modified Madness 100 Win! Phil Lausier picks up first Pro4 win. Randy Cabral takes NEMA main.

Milford, Connecticut’s Doug Coby led all but 6 of the 100 laps in the $10,000-to-the-winner main feature at Seekonk’s midsummer Open Wheel Wednesday event, and became the seventh winner of the annual classic. Milford, Connecticut’s Doug Coby led all but 6 of the 100 laps in the $10,000-to-the-winner main feature at Seekonk’s midsummer Open Wheel Wednesday event, and became the seventh winner of the annual classic.  It wasn’t an easy...

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Bobby Pelland III wins 1st Late Model feature. Astle makes it three of four, while Rego and Cavallaro repeat.

Robert  Pelland III erased a long season of disappointment when he crossed the finish line .282 seconds ahead of Gerry DeGasparre, Jr. for his first win of the his Late Model career.  Pelland has been top five most of the season with a number of second places.  He’s rushed off to grand leads only to see them evaporate with the waving of the caution flag.  He’s often seen teammate Ryan Vanasse get by for the win.  This evening, it all...

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Scully Jr, Vanasse, DeMoura and Cavallaro repeat.

Tom Scully, Jr. of Saunderstown, RI used a last minute pass on the backstretch of the final lap of the Pro Stock feature to gain his second wind of the season over Dave Hutchins, Sr. of Somerset.  Scully, who had ended the previous feature as a DNF in the pits with severe front-end damage, came roaring back this week But Hutchins was roaring, too, as he took off from his outside pole position and stationed a fast, good handling car at...

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Crystal Serydynski picks up first career win in the Street Stocks. DeGasparre breaks through in the LM, while Astle and Cavallaro return to Victory Lane.

The most exciting racing division in the northeast lived up to its name, thanks to the decisive driving of Johnston, Rhode Island’s Crystal Serydynski – she hauled down the long-awaited first career win in decisive fashion.  It was a hard-earned victory, as she had to fight it out, door to door, with Paul Lallier in the middle circuits, then had defending division champ Steve Axon all over her rear bumper in the closing laps.  But...

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Astle picks up Phil’s Propane 75 win. Vanasse wins another LM race, Andreozzi breaks through and DeMoura visits Victory Lane.

Flyin’ Freddie Astle labored his way to the front, and then put on wings once he got into the lead to take the Phil’s Propane 75-Lap Feature and become the first Pro-Stocker to chalk up a second victory on the season.  Point’s leader Mike Brightman of Acushnet worked his way into second just before the midpoint of the race, and though he dogged the Westporter to the finish line 39 laps later, did not have an answer for Astle. ...

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Robidoux, Rieser, Sprague, Dion and Belcher win in Fast Friday Action.

On Friday, June 24th, Seekonk Speedway’s “Fast Friday” program resumed for the first time since the season premiere, following two weeks of rain which cancelled the entry level series. By this point in the season, most believed that many of the questions entering the season would be answered, but due to the unfortunate timing of inclement weather, the series frontrunners were forced to wait until the summer stretch to emerge as...

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